Technical support in managing and further developing the Department’s Datacentre Network environment.
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This project involves electrical upgrade works to Causeway Comprehensive School and Sports Hall. The main school building is a single story structure with classroom ‘wings’ set out in a radial manner from the main circulation ‘core’. The approximate area of the main school building is 3,800sq.m. These works involve the strip out of all existing electrical services and the installation of new sub-distribution boards (the existing main distribution board and plant room distribution board are to remain), new lighting and emergency lighting installation, new general services installation, new security (CCTV and intruder alarm) installation, new data installation. These works are to take place in a ’live’ school environment. The successful contractor must consult with the school authority to agree a phasing plan for the works. The works will need to take place outside of school hours (i.e. after 16.00 Monday-Friday) and at weekends/school holidays and tendering contractors should allow for this in their tender price. It is the responsibility of the contractor to visit site prior to submitting a tender, in order to ascertain for themselves the full extent of the works, the layout and construction of the building and the extent of electrical strip out that is required.
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The object of the contract is to provide a suitable range of resources and instruments to our online learners to enable them to achieve certification in a range of subject areas. Individual contracts may be awarded per subject area or for multiple subject areas. Due to the evolving technology developments, that affect the design of online resources and systems, SOLAS eCollege will engage in a competitive dialogue procedure to progressively reduce the number of candidates to finally issue Invitations to selected candidates to submit tenders for their proposed solution. SOLAS eCollege (www.eCollege.ie) provides online training courses to unemployed clients to enable them to update their skills and gain the competencies and certification required to re-enter the workforce. These courses are also available to employed clients on a fee basis. Online courses are delivered through Moodle (www.moodle.org ) populated with content and resources (SCORM and AICC Learning objects, podcasts, video, eBooks, quizzes etc. virtual labs) and supported by an eTutor service. Courses currently available are grouped under the following broad headings: Business Admin & Management Health, Family, other Social Services Agriculture, Horticulture and Mariculture Information Technology Animal Science Manufacturing Art, Craft and Media Natural Resources Built Environment Sales & Marketing Financial Services Sampling Skills Food and Beverage Science and Technology General Learning (including Literacy, Numeracy and ICT skills) Tourism Hairdressing, Beauty and Complementary Therapies Transport, Distribution & Logistics Tenders are requested from companies or organisations that can provide such courseware and resources that can support delivery of these online courses and can also be used in Blended and Face to Face classroom instruction. At tender stage tenderers must demonstrate the range of content and resources available and show compatibility with moodle
Electric Ireland’s Energy Services division will continue to develop new innovative product and service offerings to deliver to Customers. To do this the team will take two approaches: 1. Electric Ireland or one of its agents will engage with firms / parties with innovative products and service offerings that Electric Ireland would work with to modify and/or customize to meet the needs of the Irish market. The purpose of Electric Ireland engaging with such firms / parties will be to trial the product or service in an end user environment in order to prove all aspects of the proposition and/or to establish the most appropriate way to deliver such a product or service. This may include adding it to, or integrating it with other offerings to provide it as part of Electric Irelands overall product or service offering, which may be fully branded as an Electric Ireland product or service. 2. Electric Ireland will continue to engage with firms / parties who can provide proven Smart products and services, which are already fully developed, tested and proven propositions and are already being offered to market. This notice addresses the first of the two approaches described above and therefore Electric Ireland is seeking expressions of interest from firms / parties of products and services which can support our Smarter Living innovation developments. In order to qualify for consideration for this programme, Electric Ireland has chosen to use Supply-Line the Qualification System operated by Achilles for vendor management of the parties interested in being considered. Requirements: Supply-Line, the vendor management system operated by Achilles Procurement Services will be used as the qualification system for the potential award of contracts for supply of Smart Homes and Buildings product and service offerings including microgeneration and energy storage solutions, as and when they arise. Please refer to the documentation available to download from etenders.
The Irish Research Centre for Resource Efficiency is issuing this RFT for the provision of a biomass drier capable of removing moisture from different types of biomass ranging from sludge to woody biomass. This unit will form part of its pilot scale research and development equipment suite which will be used to investigate, develop and optimise bioenergy and waste valorisation processes. The unit will be required to integrate with other pilot scale equipment so that it will represent a close analogue of an industrial environment, incorporating levels of control and automation, safety & reliability in compliance with relevant industrial standards and also possess the ability to utilise recovered heat from adjacent processes. The contracting authority is open to receiving tenders for new or second hand equipment, or alternatively fabrication of a unit to an agreed specification, provided a valid warranty is available. Specification Capacity - Capable of processing up to 160 kg(wet)biomass /hour. - Capable of removing up to 80kg water per hour from biomass feedstock. - Tenderers should specify proposed heat source and EHS features and precautions. - The drier should be equipped to recover waste heat in the form of hot water or hot gases (air at 70oC from other equipment), the specification of which will be discussed and agreed with the tenderer prior to finalisation. - The drier must possess sufficiently flexibility to effect drying of different waste types. The drier must be capable of accepting sludges (eg, sewage sludge, dairy sludge) at 85% moisture content. It should also be capable of removing moisture from chipped forestry brash with a starting moisture content of 55%. Other required features: • Capable of Continuous operation; • Allowing control of residence time; • Feed hopper prior to drier with automatic feed • Post drying receptacle; • Safety compliance, EHS standards; • A system for odour mitigation; • protection against explosion;
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